Although a French Coquette sounds like something you’d purchase at a posh bakery, it’s not. You can’t technically eat or make a sandwich with a coquette, sorry.
A coquette is a tease or a flirt of some sort which is exactly what Lancome French Coquettes Fall Collection 2010 is all about. Flirty, tantalizing shades of shimmering shadows and subtle highlights on cheeks, makes for an elegant, sophisticated, yet fun collection.
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When the makeup gods created the beauty world they also created matte which is kinda the equivalent of Hell on many levels. The makeup gods figured that creating velvety shades of color that blended easily should rightfully have an equally bad formula which didn’t blend so great, had awful shades such as taupe and nude brown. Thus matte came to exist because good can never exist without evil.
Oh, and afterward, the makeup gods had to rest because they tried blending with mattes and it exhausted the hell out of them that’s actually when Sunday came to exist but that’s a story for another day.
Lancome Color Design Matte Lipstick was recently introduced…
And boy was I worried. Matte lipstick is almost as scary as matte eyeshadow.
Is it me or does Definicils Precious Cells sound like something out of a Sci-Fi movie or some mad scientific experimentation that the government is working on at the moment?
It’s neither actually, it’s a mascara. Lancome Definicils Precious Cells Mascara is available exclusively at Nordstrom at the moment and is the first mascara from the brand that regenerates the condition of lashes with some plant-cell extract so lashes are longer, stronger, and conditioned.
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Here’s a little sneak peek of the Lancome Fall Collection 2010 entitled Lancome French Coquettes.